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Pelicans: Are frequently met with at the waters of Merom and the Sea of Galilee.
The pelican is ranked among unclean birds
(Leviticus 11:18; Deuteronomy 14:17) It is of
an enormous size, being about 6 feet long, with wings stretching out
over 12 feet. The Hebrew name (kaath, i.e., "vomiter") of this bird is
incorrectly rendered "cormorant" in the Authorized Version of
(Isaiah 34:11; Zephaniah 2:14) but correctly in the Revised Version. It
receives its Hebrew name from its habit of storing in its pouch large
quantities of fish, which it disgorges when it feeds its young. Two
species are found on the Syrian coast, the Pelicanus onocrotalus, or
white pelican, and the Pelicanus crispus, or Dalmatian pelican.